WEDNESDAY 10 JANUARY 2018
BAFTA-winner Jack Thorne's powerful and compelling new four-part drama about a young black girl Kiri Akindele (Felicia Mukasa), due to be adopted by a white foster family, who is abducted - and the trail of lies, blame, guilt and notoriety that follows.
Sarah Lancashire stars as experienced, no-nonsense social worker Miriam Grayson.
Also starring Lucian Msamati as Kiri's birth grandfather Tobi Akindele, and Lia Williams as foster mother Alice.
In the opening episode, dedicated social worker Miriam (Lancashire) arranges for Kiri to have an unsupervised visit with her birth grandfather, Tobi, and his second wife before her white foster family officially adopts her.
However, during the visit Kiri goes missing, and as the search for her intensifies, Miriam is very publicly blamed by the police, the press, and even her colleagues for putting the girl at risk.